The Japanese automaker has slashed the cost of 7 of its most popular vehicles in an attempt to stop losing US market share.
If you think the US government is a financial basket case, another country is exponentially worse. A collapse in its currency and stock market is all but certain. The only question is when.
Gas inventories fall unexpectedly. April auto sales figures will be announced. Automatic Data Processing and Allstate to report earnings. LDK Solar runs into trouble.
Kentucky offers a generous incentive to keep the Japanese automaker investing in the state.
After having left the midsize pickup territory, the US automaker is returning to take on the Japanese.
The incentive helped seal a deal with Toyota to move nearly all production of the ES luxury vehicle to Kentucky.
The fuel-thrifty car now leads a fleet of vehicles that proves Detroit can compete with foreign rivals more known for fuel efficiency.
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The offering could become the second-biggest this year if underwriters exercise an option to buy more shares.
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